Nutritional Medicine Pioneer
Carl J. Reich, M.D.
Canadian physician Dr. Carl Reich was one of the first to associate a stress-adapted state with a nutrient-deficient condition. From the very beginning, he intuitively felt a doctor’s primary area of concern should be the nutritional concerns of his patients. But it was only after several years that he was able to confirm his stated hypothesis – “the stress of biochemical deficiency enforced by faulty diet is essential to disease; together they undermine the body’s potential to withstand additional stress. . .”
Read more about Dr. Reich or the following articles based on his extensive research in Ionic Calcium